Ancient Sioux & Other Warriors

By Leisa Ebere | Oct 25, 2016 | 2 Comments

This Video Gives an Intriguing Look at Lakota Sioux Indian Warriors in the 1800s.  Enjoy, Leisa x

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Keeping It Real

By Leisa Ebere | Oct 23, 2016 | 4 Comments

Events of today and yesterday have pushed many people into what is known as existential crisis.  Existential crisis is defined by many leading sociologists of today as “a somewhat desperate mindset that can cause collective groups of people to lose faith in the purpose of their very existence. “ Certainly, when this has occurred amongst…

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Writing About Romantic Love

By Leisa Ebere | Oct 19, 2016 | 2 Comments

In today’s world where anything goes in regards to finding romantic love, it is easy, as an author, to forget about the sensitive nature of romantic love and that this emotional bonding can change someone’s life forever.  In my writing, it is my goal to write about romantic love without being tempted to use the limitless adjectives generally…

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Diversity: A Challenging Concept in Life & Novel Writing

By Leisa Ebere | Oct 13, 2016 | 4 Comments

Diversity in any culture is a difficult challenge and writing about its’ various complexities within a novel is no less harrowing.  For history books have not often portrayed minority peoples as heroes and heroines, and in fact; more often than not, they are depicted as evil characters without a conscience or as having any form…

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How to Transform a Passionate Idea into a Brilliant Story

By Leisa Ebere | Sep 12, 2016 | 2 Comments

Most storylines created by authors come from a place of passionate interest and insatiable curiosity and the author desires to put that burning concept down onto paper and just can’t stop. Literally, most authors get so absorbed in their story that they crawl inside of it and all knowledge of time or even the need…

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